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Coding resources to practise at home

There's a host of great coding resources to practise at home. Here's some of our favourites.

As with all skills the more you practise the better you get. That's certainly true of coding anyway. In this week's post we look at some of the resources available for you to continue your coding education at home in your won time. These are a great place for anyone to practise the basics and further develop their skills in Python and other coding languages.


We really like Codewars it's a great place to practise your Python. In fact our founder created an introductory video to Codewars, you can watch this below:

Access Codewars, here.


Codecademy is a complete coding learning platform that covers a host of different subjects and coding languages. It's adult focused but the basic tutorials are great for anyone. The downside with Codecademy for children is that a lot of the courses are focused on career paths. This might be a little early for budding 7 year old coders!

Access Codecademy, here.


Definitely not the most attractive package when compared to our other recommendations but w3resources has a ton of Python tutorials to practise all aspects of the language. Part 1 has 150+ exercises and there's also an embedded code editor where you can try things out.

Try w3resources, here.

codetoday online courses

In the next week or so we will be launching online courses to enable our students to study from their homes. These courses will be a mixture of live sessions with an instructor, video on demand and a host of resources that can be accessed.

The best way to keep informed of the launch is to join our newsletter here:



Python Coding for Young People


Codetoday Unlimited is for the curious teenager or preteen keen to learn proper Python coding. Stephen's courses start from the basics and carry on to intermediate and advanced levels.

Python Coding for Adults

The Python Coding Place is Stephen's platform full of courses and other resources for beginners and intermediate learners. The focus is on clarity and Stephen's unique communication style.

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